Major changes are taking place in the way the general public is introduced to CPR. The Los Angeles Times, WebMD and NPR are just a handful of news and information sources preaching the benefits of compression-only CPR.
Compression-only CPR is catching on across the country for a few reasons. For starters, the time it takes to get trained in compression-only CPR is only a fraction of what full CPR classes require. Removing the time barrier makes it much easier to train a large percentage of potential responders. The second benefit is …continue reading the rest of The Insurance Implications of Compression-Only CPR